Prohibition On Recovery Of 17 Crores Of Traders

Jhansi. The High Court has put a stay on the recovery of Rs 17 crore of two hundred traders by the Jal Sansthan without giving a connection. Four weeks’ time has been given for reply. Due to this, two hundred traders have got immediate relief. A recovery of Rs 17 crore has been issued against these traders. UP Udyog Vyapar Mandal General Secretary Mukesh Gupta said that the Jal Sansthan arbitrarily issued the requisition, while the High Court had stayed the coercive action till August 2, 2021 due to Corona. He had also given memorandums to the SDM and Tehsildar. But after not getting relief, a petition was filed in the High Court. It was cited in this that recovery is being done on the basis of the Act which is not applicable in Jhansi. Under the Uttar Pradesh Water Supply and Sewerage Act 1975, there is a provision that whether a connection has been taken from the pipeline coming out of 100 meters around the house or not, 12.5 percent of the annual assessment of the house will be taken by water. On this basis, recovery of traders has been issued, while this act is not effective in Jhansi. He said that on this basis the court has stayed the recovery. On the other hand, Kuldeep Singh, General Manager of Jal Sansthan said that he has not yet received the copy of the order from the court. But, the argument being made regarding the stay order of recovery. That is beyond comprehension, because the mandate is issued not only for Lucknow, but for the entire state. After getting the order of the court, it will be studied.

Jhansi. The High Court has put a stay on the recovery of Rs 17 crore of two hundred traders by the Jal Sansthan without giving a connection. Four weeks’ time has been given for reply. Due to this, two hundred traders have got immediate relief. A recovery of Rs 17 crore has been issued against these traders. UP Udyog Vyapar Mandal General Secretary Mukesh Gupta said that the Jal Sansthan arbitrarily issued the requisition, while the High Court had stayed the coercive action till August 2, 2021 due to Corona. He had also given memorandums to the SDM and Tehsildar. But after not getting relief, a petition was filed in the High Court. It was cited in this that recovery is being done on the basis of the Act which is not applicable in Jhansi. Under the Uttar Pradesh Water Supply and Sewerage Act 1975, there is a provision that whether a connection has been taken from the pipeline coming out of 100 meters around the house or not, 12.5 percent of the annual assessment of the house will be taken by water. On this basis, recovery of traders has been issued, while this act is not effective in Jhansi. He said that on this basis the court has stayed the recovery. On the other hand, Kuldeep Singh, General Manager of Jal Sansthan said that he has not yet received the copy of the order from the court. But, the argument being made regarding the stay order of recovery. That is beyond comprehension, because the mandate is issued not only for Lucknow, but for the entire state. After getting the order of the court, it will be studied. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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